Regency Shopping Complex opens its doors to the public in Al Wusayl Street, Umm Salal Ali, at 5pm today.
“Shopping at Regency Shopping Complex will be an enjoyable experience to all,” general manager Ameerudheen claimed.
A wide range of food products, multiple choices for garments and home furnishing and ample car parking are some of the salient features of Regency Shopping Complex.
“We have a shopping area of more than 1,500sqm across two floors, with the ground floor housing the supermarket and fresh food section.
“The first floor has sections for readymade garments, toys and games, stationeries, footwear, home appliances, electronics, home furnishing, outdoor and camping equipment, furniture, mobile shops, Arabic ethnic perfumes and a jewellery store. A food court and gents saloon will open shortly.
“There are checkout counters on both the floors. Our fast billing system will reduce the billing time. We will also ensure that customers do not spend much time in queue for pricing and weighing fruits and vegetables.
“The fish and meat section will offer the widest choice and the best price. The food and non-food section are properly demarcated for the ease of customers. Soon we will have and Ooredoo counter and ATM facility on the ground floor to serve thousands of bachelors and family live in that area.
Ali Ahmed Ali Rabea al-Kuwari, chairman, Regency Shopping Complex, has expressed the hope that the new venture will help customers in and around Umm Salal Ali to get things of their choice easily.
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